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of the public conversation came a few weeks ago when governor romney, the presidential candidate, mentioned the binders of women that he received on his desk to helped him populate his cabinet. and i started thinking about what that binders of women symbolized to me. it was as though governor romney had allowed in -- to find women who were these exotic creatures who were hiding out in places where they were not really obvious. in some ways i actually felt his pain in some ways because when i started writing about the housing market, i found that there was very little conversation about the impact this was having on women. it was this -- as though women were invisible in this conversation. we talked about it first in terms of neighborhoods. we talked about it in terms of color. we haven't really started talking about it in terms of women and there were a lot of numbers that supported a conversation that was specifically how some prime lending and the housing market in particular was relevant to women's experiences. i can give you some of those numbers but what i found was that when we starte
is if romney gets elected, they might actually do what they say they might do. the remarkable feature found that your best hope is one of the candidates in his plans. we sit now on all stagnation this couldn't be for the distribution process on what they call the research writing the wages down weakening the bargaining power. inequality has become a serious problem in the united states. what's interesting is while paul has been arguing about it and i've been arguing with for a long time as we've gotten so serious that even the economists realize that it is a serious problem. when they say it is a serious problem, you've got to believe it. it's my job to take them on. so, and one of the reasons that it weakens the economy and emphasizes the problem right now is the lack of demand. lack of total demand coming and that means people are not buying as many goods and economies and capacities as produced and that leads to unemployment. the problem is if you transfer money to the bottom of the economic pyramid to the top, the people at the top save about 15% of their income and the people at the bo
play, charles manson or mitt romney, they would say charles manson because you know i will lose weight and it will be a great role and i will when then oscar. hollywood romanticizes people. i remember growing up and there were always stories about rock stars bashing hotel rooms and how cool it was and how rebellious it was. but somebody had to clean that up and it was always the made. i wonder if these rock stars on the liberal left-wing think about these guys are the stuff they have to deal with when they are getting higher getting wasted. they can pretend to be a rebel when in fact they are hurting the regular guy they are championing. [applause] there used to be a time when like being a celebrity was supposed to be edgy. now they french kiss it. if you look at jon stewart he did a whole rally making fun of the tea party so that was supposed to be rebellious. all he was doing was speaking to power. it was the tea party who were the rebels and he was making fun of it. i think his rally was called -- [inaudible] he wasn't talking about liberals. he was talking about tea party you went
that was directed at mitt romney who is seen not as a business guy which is how he wanted to be seen but as a wall street guy, as a financial guy, someone taking too much advantage. one of the take aways from the last election was a wall street that was really damaged by this president and has done a lousy job addressing people's feelings, over the course of the past few years, i don't think that is the case. i really think we have a problem that is getting worse and more challenging and likely to provoke more, not fewer, uprisings of the tight you solid occupy or the tea party. >> host: you have had several careers including serving as undersecretary of commerce in the clinton administration, managing director of the kissinger associates and and a former businessman. is being capital type of operation a black rock type operation healthy for our economy? >> guest: it is essentials for the economy. it needs private equity, an innovator to go to somebody with capital and be able to applies at capital to they're big ideas and help from grow and help to create jobs. does that mean bane or black rock n
't suffer fools, and so he would be grouchy. i was grouchy last night when romney said we have fewer ships today than we had in 1917. i was grouchy when obama said something just as stupid. john quincy adams was this fabulously learned man who had stayed with history. the reason for the monroe doctrine -- in south america the various countries were beginning to rebel against the spanish king, and the french king was a cousin of the spanish king and the french were going to send military aid to put out these barbarians of english and they send their military to keep the french from going into south america. and they invited the americans to join them in keeping the french out of south america because obviously south america was rich with gold and silver, and john quincy adams was the secretary of state and said absolutely not. we are not going to get involved in a foreign war. we are not going to let them come over here either. and that was the seed planted for the shooting of the monroe doctrine. monroe doctrine wasn't a separate doctrine. was a part of lonrho's message and he asked his ca
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